Here’s this year’s Christmas mix – individual song & art downloads are below. We also have a download of the full thing in one ZIP archive. This year’s opus is called “Merry Christmas Vacuum 2014” and features myself, Steve
“This s No Time For Fun (This Is Christmas)“- Steve Shook & the Elftone All-Girl Ukulele Revue -recorded live at the Cape Cod Christmas Cavalcade, Dec. 13, 2013, rough board mix by Chris Blood. Well, what can I say? Brilliant.
“Another Sweaty Christmas” -by me; recorded at Kelp Manor and the Woo Woo Lagoon yesterday and a couple days before, w. Sam Wood on drums. Steve Shook and I both wrote misanthropic xmas songs this year; predictably, his is nicer,
“Winter’s Over“- the Chandler Travis Three-O (with special guests Dinty Child on mandocello and bg voc and Matt Joseph on trumpet), recorded live at the Harvest Gallery Wine Bar by The Valet (aka Jodsworh T. Boak) on May 2, 2014.
“Barbara Allen” – the Chandler Travis Three-O, recorded after hours at Caffe Lena, March 15, 2013 by Joe Deuel and The Valet I’ve always been a little ambivalent about Celtic music, hating most of that di-diddley- di / penny whistle
This isn’t us, it’s lots of folks I dig… many thanks to all my fellow xmas music devotees from whom I pirated much of this, including Rob Hart, Ted Potrikus, Eddie Gordetsky, Decibel Dennis, Bubbles In the Think Tank /
Tada! We promised you a second part to our Chatham, MA 4th of July parade “Song of the Weak!!!” and as you can see now … we weren’t lying. But what more is there to say that I didn’t
Last year we performed in our first Chatham, MA 4th of July parade, riding on a flatbed trailer towed behind a septic system pump truck. With the generator and the way we were arranged on the truck, it was
Hi! CT here, presenting a bit of a departure for us here on Song of the Weak -a link to a youtube recording of “Tootie Ma Is a Big Fine Thing” by the Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Tom
All of us here at Chandler Travis World HQ would like to wish our fearless leader a most happy of birthdays this Ides of March, 2013. Thanks to our friend Deane Arnold for the image!